Susan Myer Bach majored in equestrian studies and business administration. She received her bachelor of arts degree Summa Cum Laude from Lake Erie College in 1980. During the winter term of her junior year, she participated in the Academic Term Abroad at a riding center in Waterstock, England. She was an outstanding field hockey player and while in England, she did an independent study on the competition of women's field hockey in the United States and England.
Meyer Bach was also a member of the basketball team and the riding club, and was elected to Mortar Board. For her outstanding athletic and academic achievements as an undergraduate she was awarded the Jane White Lincoln Award during both her junior and senior year.
After graduating from Lake Erie College in 1980, she spent two years working on a horse farm and in real estate development. In 1984 she received a master of business administration degree with a concentration in finance from Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. Over the next seven years in New York City, she held the position of corporate finance officer in banking and senior consultant and manager in a real estate development company.
She now lives in Dallas, Texas with her husband and son where she continues to run and play tennis when possible.
Lake Erie College and the Hall of Fame Committee honored Susan Meyer Bach as an inductee into the Athletic Hall of Fame on April 21, 1993.